Albanese, Elizabeth
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/20/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31080, p43
Trade Publication
Presents news items concerning municipal bond activities in Southwestern States as of February 20, 2001. Cost-cutting move being implemented at the Maricopa County jail in Arizona; Provisions of a bill by House Speaker Shanbe Broadway in Arkansas that would overturn a voter-approved plan to use part of the state's tobacco-lawsuit settlement to back bonds for a medical school.


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